Please complete the below surveys to have your say on local health and care services
Date: Open until March 17th 2017
Name: Maternity Services in Lincolnshire
Our vision is that Maternity services should be safe, personalised, kind, professional and family friendly.
Every woman should have access to information to make informed decisions and access support centred on individual needs and circumstances.
As part of our journey towards delivering this vision, we are looking at developing Community Hubs to enable women to have access to care in their Community.
We are keen to hear the views of patients and staff by Friday 17th March 2017.
Patient and Families Survey If you or a family member have used maternity services in Lincolnshire, or plan to in the future we are keen to hear your views. Please complete the survey at: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/86SXNVJ
The Staff Survey If you are a midwife, obstetrician, health visitor or a member of staff working in a children’s centre in Lincolnshire we are keen to hear your views. Please complete the survey at: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/C2RPJXG
Recently Closed Surveys
Date: Open until February 24th 2017
Name: Living With and Beyond Cancer
The number of people living with a cancer diagnosis in the UK is set to double from more
than two million in 2010 to four million by 2030. A pioneering new programme is being planned in Lincolnshire to transform how people live with and beyond cancer – and it needs your help. The project is in the early planning stages and the team behind the programme are keen for the views and
experiences of people living with cancer, their loved ones, carers and health professionals to be at the heart of it.
People across Lincolnshire are being asked to make their voices heard by taking part in a simple online survey, available at www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BeyondCancer by Friday, 24th February 2017
Date: Closed on 18th November 2016
Name: Medicines Management Consultation
We are consulting on how we spend our healthcare funds in order to get the greatest benefit for patients. We think the money spent on items that are readily available over the counter might be better spent on treatments, staff, and essential services that patients cannot get in any other way
This consultation is asking for your views on the four Lincolnshire CCGs’ proposals to restrict the prescribing of:
• over the counter/minor ailment medicines used for short-term, self-limiting conditions,
• gluten-free products,
• baby milk (including specialist infant formula) and
• oral nutritional supplements.
However, these medicines and products will still be available for conditions where clinical need can only be met by prescriptions and no decision will be made until we have everyone’s views at the end of the consultation.